(800) 535 9859


Servicing NY and NJ
(Fully Licensed and Insured)

24 Hours Report Preparation

Operating 7 days a week

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Why order an Inspection?

A professional inspection will significantly reduce your risk and help make the entire home buying process easier and less stressful. We really enjoy helping our clients in this process; customer service is our highest priority. Our experienced inspector S. Belov (NJ Home Inspector Lic.# 24GI00065900; NY Home Inspector Lic.# 16000008055; NJ Radon Measurement Technician Lic.# MET12048) will walk you step by step through the home/building. The process will take approximately 2 hours depending on the size and condition of your home. You will receive a professional detailed report with summary pages and pictures (sample report). Reports are delivered the next day via e-mail or in 3-4 days via regular mail. We also offer Repair's Cost Estimation, which may help you to negotiate the house price.


About Us

ADV Inspections Inc. is the area's leading inspection firm providing home, structural, and commercial inspections, as well as the expert testimony services by the licensed professional engineers and licensed home inspections in NY and NJ. We provide clear and concise identification of defects and explain them in easy to understand terms. We are recognized as structural experts and are frequently asked to provide follow-up investigations to the inspections conducted by local home inspection companies.

Our courteous office staff is available to service your needs seven days a week. Our full-time inspectors have over 15 years of consulting engineering experience and use state of the art technology and equipment. Our clients include community associations, attorneys, contractors, architects, developers, insurance adjusters, banks and management companies. While we hope this website is helpful to you in your search for information, we also hope that you will take a moment to contact us to receive the benefit of a more personal experience.

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Home Inspection

The Complete Home Inspection is conducted to ASHI standards and will include a comprehensive overview of the readily accessible major mechanical and structural systems of the home. Cosmetic items, such as paint, wallpaper, carpeting, or landscape will be mentioned for informational purposes but are not considered significant. The detailed report will cover structural concerns, roof condition, electrical system, heating, plumbing, and items of significant concern. If an item is found to be in need of repair, further evaluation by a professional in that field will be suggested. Your Inspector cannot do repair work.

Click here to see sample of Residential Home Inspection Report.


Infrared Inspection

Infrared (IR) inspection is a powerful and noninvasive means of monitoring and diagnosing the condition of buildings - residential or commercial. It quickly identifies problem areas that can't be seen by the naked eye and eliminates older,more costly inspection techniques that require lots of labor and destructive probing.

How Infrared Thermography Works:
Thermography enables us to see and measure heat. All materials on earth emit heat energy, in the infrared portion of the spectrum. Unfortunately, the unaided human eye cannot see in the infrared. Thermographic, or simply thermal, images allow the user to see thermally, revealing anomalies that in turn identify problems in buildings and their component electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and waterproofing systems. Today's lightweight and rugged infrared cameras can not only see in real-time, but can also record infrared images and measure the temperatures of target objects quite accurately-to within 1/10 of a Fahrenheit degree or better. Points of possible concern show up clearly as hot or cold in relation to their surroundings. Recorded thermal images can be easily inserted into reports, and e-mailed, greatly facilitating communications among trades, attorneys, and other professionals and serving as invaluable, rational, evidentiary data in cases involving controversy.

Ceiling leaks

Moisture on the flat roof

Water damage

Missing insulation

Heat loss

Blockage pipe

Floor view

Floor IR view

Curcuit braker problem

HVAC loose

House Non IR view

Leak from washing machine

Termite Inspection

A termite inspection is a visual inspection of the readily accessible areas of a home for evidence of wood-destroying insects (WDI) and wood-destroying organisms (WDO). The inspector will visually inspect the entire interior of a home (including accessing and entering any sub-space such as basements and crawlspaces) and exterior of the property. In areas where Drywood termites are prevalent, and in houses where there are no sub-areas, the attic may also be accessed and inspected. After the inspection has been performed, the findings are reported on the applicable/appropriate form.


Radon Inspection

Radon is a naturally occurring gas, which permeates form the ground, and can be found in almost every home. Radon is a class A carcinogenic responsible for 14,000 deaths per year according to the EPA. Most homes can be mitigated to below 4pCi/l (recommended action level) and many times to around 2pCi/l.
More detailed information can be found at: https://www.epa.gov/radon.


Repair Cost Estimation

Our Licensed Professional Home Inspectors have access to the same up-to-date cost estimating guides that are available to contractors. While we cannot provide you with a specific contractor's exact cost, we provide responsible written estimates. In this way, we give you the information you need to make an informed choice. Our Licensed Professional Home Inspectors are not contractors or tradesmen. This is to your advantage, since a Licensed Professional Home Inspector's ethical standards demand there is never a conflict of interest in the advice our Licensed Professional Home Inspectors give you. We will never tell you a repair is needed unless it is truly needed. We do not sell or even recommend the services of any contractor.